AIR-CONDITIONED SUPER FAST PREMIUM TRAINS BETWEEN
MUMBAI-DELHI TO CLEAR HOLI RUSH
With a view to clear extra rush on Holi, two trips of Air-conditioned Super Fast Premium Trains on the busy Mumbai-New Delhi route will be run on 15th March, 2014 and 17thmarch, 2014 from Mumbai Central..
Train No.22913 will depart from Mumbai Central at 16.00 hrs on 15th and 17th March, 2014 and reach New Delhi at 07.55 hrs. Similarly, in return direction Train No. 22914 will depart from New Delhi on 14th and 16th March, 2014 at 14.50 hrs and reach Mumbai Central at 06.55 hrs.
·There will be no commercial stoppages enroute for this train. The trains shall originate and terminate at Mumbai Central and New Delhi stations.
·The Premium Trains will consist of AC-3 Tier and AC-2 Tier coaches. Catering shall be provided on-board and catering charges shall be part of tariff.
·No waitlisted tickets shall be issued. There will be no refund except when the train is fully cancelled on railway account due to unforeseen circumstances or due to severe disturbances affecting operations. Adult fare shall be charged for all passengers irrespective of their age. No concession shall be applicable to this train.
·The booking of these trains will be available only through Internet. The booking of train no. 22913 departing from Mumbai Central on 15th march,2014 shall be available only through internet from Monday, 10th march, 2014 while booking of 22913 departing from Mumbai Central on 17th march,2014 will be available from 12thMarch,2014., that is IRCTC’s portal and not through the counters at reservation centres. The passengers are required to carry the prescribed original photo identity card which is used at the time of booking. The fares applicable for each day/transaction shall be indicated at the time of booking on the IRCTC’s e-ticketing website.
·The advance reservation period will be shorter, that is a maximum of 15 days, and the fare shall be equal to or higher than the Rajdhani Tatkal fare. The fare is also likely to increase depending on the demand intensity.
·Only e-tickets will be permitted for booking.